What to do in France when the dog of a neighbour is abandoned?
The dog is seriously sick now. Nobody want's to take responsibility. He is a good neighbour. He only left for a retirement home. Pour guy himself. But he left his home and that dog is the reality.
The guys, born through his semen, the breed he was setting into this world, just want to inherit his property. They are only interested in making money by selling the place.
The wonderful neighbours say the dog is not sick. They are saying the guy is a good guy, he's just in a retirement home.
Is this french logic? Or is this cowardliness to avoid a conflict?
I'm talking here about a highly skilled and socially a little disturbed Springer Spaniel. He was once beautiful. Then he was socialised by my Rottweilers and now this poor dog is full of all kind of skin diseases.
I personally can't take this dog because all the functionaers would chase me by giving me hard times to come to them, talk to them, walking on my back feeds, - I just can't do this. I also can't adopt a dog. But I can't see a dog dyeing slowly over weeks as I bring him at least some food.
For me this ignorance is kind of crime and should be punished. So what would you recommend? What can I do to help this animal without getting into the crossfire of village life?
Wishing you all a nice weekend!